Workers up and down the UK are walking out this month as energy bills rise and the cost of living crisis tightens.
February has already seen upwards of 500,000 people across public and private sectors taking to the picket line.
In the last month, nurses, doctors, ambulance drivers, rail workers, taxi drivers, civil servants, barristers and bus drivers have all taken industrial action.
Today, who is on strike today and how will this affect you?
University staff, civil servants, driving examiners and British Museum workers are all protesting working conditions.
Staff at the Department for Work and Pensions are striking across Universal Credit centres.
The Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS), which represents many government workers, says the action is a ‘response to the lack of movement from the Government on their demands on pay, pensions and job security’.
Job security and redundancy terms are two of the biggest reasons for the strike, with the union pointing to Government plans to close more than 40 DWP offices.
Workers in Liverpool – at Toxteth Jobcentre, Liverpool Duke Street Jobcentre, Liverpool City Jobcentre and Liverpool Innovation Park Jobcentre – are walking out.
Stockport Contact Centre and Bolton Benefit Centre staff will do so too.
Meanwhile, staff at the British museum will be on the picket line for a second day.
Public access to the tourist attraction will be disrupted as more than 100 security and visitor services workers down tools.
The strike is happening during half-term when many families may be heading to the museum.
More than 70,000 members of the University and College Union, who work at 150 universities across the UK, are also walking out today to demand better working conditions.
DVLA members working in the output services Group at Ty Felin and Morriston, in Swansea, are taking part in today’s strikes.
It is part of national industrial action by the PCS union over pay, pensions, jobs and redundancy terms.